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Cutting a thick table to size

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So i have found a large slab of maple in the form of an 4 foot x 3 feet. Its shaped as a rounded rectangle, and at least = 1.5" . How would you go about cutting this without a cabinet saw? I own a bosch 4000 contractor with no accessories and very little space (its basically storage right now, sitting in a brooklyn basement) or i can utilize a 6 1/2" - 7 1/4" circ cutting saw. Plan .8.0 right now is to take a circ saw using a 4 ft level clamped to the table along desired cut. I'd like this table to be of high quality as my new work bench. After i would like to something modern such as add functions of electricity(lights, usb ports, integrated outlets, etc) Also: I'd like to build this bench without screws or nails if possible, something where the legs square up to the top of a table through a hole flush the legs insert (rectangular or spherical?)
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